camera card

camera card

[′kam·rə ‚kärd]
(graphic arts)
An aperture card that holds unexposed and unprocessed film that will be exposed and processed without being removed from the card.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I use Google photos to store pictures, so that I have easy access and to keep the memory of my phone and tablet free, but have a camera card full of photos from my holiday, and no way of uploading them to my google photos - any ideas?
Once at the bait, Rob pulled the trail camera card, put in a new one, added some bait, and quietly departed.
And when the buck does show up and you capture the shot with your video camera, simply put the camera card into the Wireless Card Reader to review the footage on your phone and share it via social media.
A number of features designed to streamline workflow and enhance productivity will be shown including automated camera card ingest with CardAgent, an easy-to-use interface for non-technical operators.
Cameras are frequently stolen or tampered with by unethical folks, and even hunters with higher moral fiber (but protective of a hunting spot) will sometimes take a look at the images on your camera card and delete images of particularly interesting animals in hopes that you'll go elsewhere.
It also a micro SD slot for your camera card, two USB ports, Bluetooth 4.0, an Ethernet port and wireless capabilities.
Later, he has his camera card confiscated while on assignment in Chechnya.
Officers found a digital camera card, containing up skirt images of women in Galway pubs and clubs, on Murray after his arrest.
Process data and historical logs are securely archived to a removable common SD Camera Card with a huge capacity of up to 2Gb.
Handheld computer manufacturer Palm Inc has begun to offer a number of new accessories including a wireless keyboard, multifunction stylus, six cases, a camera card, handheld device protection units and complete accessory kits.
Lexmark International Inc., Lexington, Ky., introduced two photo printers and the first sub-$100 photo printer with on-board camera card readers.
Joan Scott, aged 48, of the Hearsall Inn, Craven Street, Chapelfields, Coventry, said the digital camera card is "irreplaceable".

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